T HEO 192 Exam Review Option for the poor God opts (or chooses) for the poor Exodus o God hears the cry of the Hebrew slaves and puts himself on t he side of the slaves instead of the Hebrew pharaoh o God chooses to be on the side of the slaves and puts h
THEO 192 Exam Study Guide
Key Concepts of Catholic Social Thought Human Rights
Ethics of Labor Immigration Where do human rights come from in the Catholic tradition? Pope John XXIII: Pacem in Terris (addressed to all mankindabout the importance of human
Part 1: Short Answer
All of the following questions are eligible to appear on the final exam in multiple choice format.
Remember, the final is cumulative; you may recognize some of these questions from the midterm.
What were Luthers two main theological i
Overlapping Consensus- it doesn't matter how we got to where we are now, but using morals.
Post modernism has undermines that reason is universal
Rerum Viarun-1891(Leo XIII)
Relationship of capital to labor
Exploited working class
Meta Question: Are you a feminist? Why or why not?
Personally, I am a feminist because I believe in equality in pay, work opportunities, domestic
settings, and gender roles. Nothing in this world should be gender specific because it leads to some
From the first abortion in 2700 B.C.E., the issue of whether abortion is morally correct
and should be legal has been debated. In the article Humanae Vitae, Paul VI claims that
abortion, under any circustance, goes against God's desires and is inhe
Midterm Study Guide
Foundations in Christian Ethics
The midterm will consist of 20 multiple choice questions and three essay questions, of which you must
answer two. The multiple choice questions will be drawn from the lecture notes, readings, a
Morality- a body of individual positions on the issues
Ethics- the process of social justification of our moral beliefs
Christian Ethics- ethics done in light of the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus
Emotivism- good is whatever you feel is g